TITUSVILLE, Fla. - Parrish Medical Center, Central Florida’s No. 1 hospital for clinical care, patients’ experience, and low cost, has named accomplished healthcare executive Jeremy Bradford, MBA, as vice president of ambulatory services.
Bradford will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of outpatient (ambulatory) services for the medical center and the Parrish Healthcare Center at Port St. John. Ambulatory services include same-day surgery, diagnostic imaging (x-rays, MRIs, CTs, etc.), urgent care, rehabilitation, wound healing, dialysis, and laboratory, among others. His role will also involve the continued growth and development of services to meet the health needs of the Brevard community today and in the future.
Bradford has 12 years of healthcare leadership experience. He was most recently regional director of clinic operations for Owensboro Medical Health System, Owensboro, Ky., where he was responsible for physician service lines that included cardiothoracic surgery, cardiology, medical oncology, occupational health, pediatrics, primary care, pulmonology, and women's health.
“We are pleased to welcome Jeremy and his family to PMC and the Brevard community,” said George Mikitarian, president/CEO, Parrish Medical Center. “We look forward to his leadership and contributions toward our continued success in achieving outstanding clinical quality and patient experience results.”
Bradford has earned his Master of Business Administration degree and Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration with a minor in Business Administration. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, and a past member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and Rotary.
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